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N A £ B to E W S L E T T £ R 


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL BROADCASTERS 
A 0 James £bel, Editor, Station WILL, Urbana/ III. 

May 9, 1945 

DRAKE RADIO WORKSHOP 

Drake University’s radio activities are going on in about the same 
PATTERN o They ARE PLANNING A 6»W'EEK3 summer radio workshop again this 
year. The date of registration is June 99 with the 6-week term ending 
July 20. Six hours of credits may be earned in the field of broadcasting 

METHODS, PROGRAM PLANNING AND PRODUCTION, AND SCRIPT WRITING. STUDENTS 
WILL PLAN, WRITE, PRODUCE, AND BROADCAST SEVERAL PROGRAMS EACH WEEK 
WHICH WILL BE CARRIED BY THE LOCAL RADIO STATIONS KSO AND KRNT AND BY 

WOI of Iowa State College. Total enrollment in radio courses during 
THE FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS OF 9044-45 HAS BEEN AROUND 260. We ARE 
NOW OFFERING COURSES IN BROADCASTING METHODS, PROGRAM PLANNING AND 
PRODUCTION, RADIO CONTINUITY WRITING, ADVANCED PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, 

RADIO ADVERTISING, AND ALSO A RADIO SEMINAR. 

W9 SCONS 9M RAO8 0 8 NSTITUTE PLANS 

For two weeks, from July 29 to August 99 inclusive, the University of 
Wisconsin will serve as host to the first institute of its particular 

KIND —A WORKING CONFERENCE DESIGNED TO 8R t NG TOGETHER PERSONS CONCERNED 
WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF FM EDUCATIONAL BROADCASTING IN THE UNITED STATES. 

The INSTITUTE IS PLANNED TO GIVE AN OVER-ALL VIEW OF RAOSO EDUCATION’S 
OPPORTUNITIES AND TO PROVIDE HELP ON SPECIFIC PROBLEMS, RANGING FROM THE 
PREPARATION OF AN FM LICENSE APPLICATION TO THE DETAILS OF PROGRAMMING, 
STATION MANAGEMENT, AND CLASSROOM UTILIZATION. LEADING RADIO EDUCATORS, 
ENGINEERS, MANUFACTURERS 8 REPRESENTATIVES, AND GOVERNMENT SPECIALISTS WILL 
SERVE AS LECTURERS, DISCUSSION LEADERS, AND CONSULTANTS. 

OH90 STME FM RADIO WORKSHOP 

The Ohio State University in cooperation with the U. S c Office of 
Education, the Ohio State Department of Education and the Cleveland 
Board of Education has announced the first Educational FM-Station 
Workshop . 

The Workshop will meet for five weeks on the Ohio State University campus 
with the complete resources of the University’s radio station WOSU, its 
Teaching Aids Laboratory, its libraries and its radio personnel available 

FOR THE STUDENTS. ThERE WILL ALSO BE COOPERATIVE WORK WITH CoLUMBUS 
RADIO STATIONS INCLUDING FM STATION WELD. 

The sixth wnd final week of the workshop will be spent in Cleveland with 

HEADQUARTERS. AT THE CLEVELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION STATION WBOE. All 

Cleveland radio stations are cooperating in providing a series of 

VALUABLE AND STIMULATING EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES. 








NAE8 NEWS LETTER 


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May I, 1945 


1T 8 S ABOUT TIME 

WKAR |S NOW BROADCAST I NG ON CENTRAL W A R T IM£ , THE OFFICIAL TIME OF THE 

state of Michigan, In going to the new time several programs had to be 

SHIFTED TO ACCOMMODATE SPECIFIC SITUATIONS BUT IN GENERAL ALL FEATURES 
HAVE BEEN KEPT IN THEIR REGULAR PLACE« The MOVING OF THE SCHEDULE 
ONE HOUR MAY HAVE CAUSED A TEMPORARY LOSS OF SOME FAVORITE PROGRAMS BUT 
THEY CAN BE FOUND AT THEIR SAME HOURo A PARTICULAR ADVANTAGE HAS COME 

to the Farm Service Hour, since it now may be heard during the noon hour 
for all Michigan, 

RADIO HIGHLIGHTS, A NEW SHOW ON WSUI 

The first of a new series of WSUI programs, RADIO HIGHLIGHTS, will be 
heard Thursday afternoon at 3:15, when Eona Herbst of the WSUI staff will 

ACT AS COMMENTATOR, ThIS WEEKLY PROGRAM WILL BRING YOU THE LATEST EVENTS 
CONCERNING RADIO PERSONALITIES, RADIO POLICY AND ITS WORK IN THE WAR, 

THE FUTURE OF RADIO INCLUDING FM AND TELEVISION, AND OTHER ASPECTS IN THE 
GENERAL FIELD OF RADIO, Th*S WEEK ONE OF THE FEATURES OF THE PROGRAM WILL 
DEAL WITH THE LATE PRESIDENT AS A RADIO PERSONALITY, AND WlLL ALSO INCLUDE 
SOMETHING OF THE WAY RADIO HANDLED THE NEWS OF THE DEATH OF PRESIOENT 

Roosevelt, 

AER ELECTION RESULTS 

In THE ANNUAL ELECTION JUST COMPLETED FOR 1945-46* OFFICERS OF THE 

Association for Education by Radio Or, l 6 Keith Tyler, Oirector of Raoio 
for Ohio State University was re-elected president. Or, Tyler has been 
widely active in educational radio; he is director of the annual Institute 
for Education by Radio held at Columbus, Ohio each May, and for five years 
was head of the Evaluation of School Broadcasts project carried on by 
Ohio State University, 

Luke Roberts, educational director for station KOIN, Portland, Oregon was 
elected vice-president; Robert Hudson, Director of the the Denver Rocky 
Mountain Raoio Council, 2nd vice-president; Kathleen Nichols Lardie, 
Supervisor of Radio for the Oetroit Public Schools, secretary; George 
Jennings, acting director of the Radio c ouncil - station W8EZ of the 
Chicago Public Schools, treasurer, 

Blanche Young, supervisor of radio for the Indianapolis Public Schools 

WAS ELECTEO PRESIDENT OF THE GREAT LaKES REGIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR 

Education by Radio and Mary El«7abeth Gilmore, director of radio for 
the Portland, Oregon Public Schools was named to a similar position in 
the Pacific Coast region 0 

MENZER REPORTS ON VISIT TO WHA 

Again pinch-hitting for Prank Schooley and Jim Ebel, here is the story 
of a visit to WHA, the University of Wisconsin, and H, b 0 McCarty, The 

SCORE OF THE 8ASKET8ALL GAME, BY THE WAY, WAS I OWA 68, WISCONSIN 38. 








NAEB NEWS LETTER 


Page 3 


May I, 1945 


If NAEB members feel they NEED SOME INSPIration, I CAN recommend that 
THEY SPEND AN HOUR OR TWO WITH MaC AND JUST TALK EDUCATIONAL BROADCAST INGo 

It*s worth a trip to Madisono 

WHA IS REALLY ONE OF THE PIONEERS NOT ONLY IN EDUCATIONAL WORK BUT IN 
RADIO BROADCASTING AS WELL, It STARTED OPERATING IN FEBRUARY > 919» AND 
I BELIEVE MANY EXPERIMENTAL POWER TUBES WERE TRIED OUT IN THE ORIGINAL 
WHA TRANSMITTER, As WE ALWAYS ASSOCIATE WHA AND McCaRTY> LET J S START IN 
1929 WHEN Mac FIRST made HIS APPEARANCE as THE COMPLETE STAFF AND CARRIED 
ON A DAILY PROGRAM OF I| HRS,, FIVE DAYS PER WEEK, I 8ELIEVE STUDIOS 
WERE IN THE ^LECTRICAL ENGINEERING BUILDING AT THAT TIME. The STORY OF 
WHA UNDER MaC*S DIRECTION IS ONE OF PHENOMINAL EXPANSION WAS FORMERLY A 
MINING ENGINEERING LABORATORY BUT WITH SOME WPA HELP IT NOW IS ONE OF 
THE MOST ATTRACTIVE ANO USEFUL RADIO BUILDINGS l 8 VE HAD THE PRIVILEGE OF 
VISITING. IF YOU HAVEN 8 T RECEIVED WHA BULLETINS, WR) TZ ANO ASK FOR 9DME. 

They contain pictures and descriptions of the studios, as well as a 

RATHER COMPLETE PROGRAM SCHEDULE, WHA OPERATES FROM 7?30 A.M. TO LOCAL 
SUNSET SIX DAYS PER WEEK AND FROM NOON TO 5:45 P.M, ON SUNDAYS, IT USES 
A 5 KW TRANSMITTER LOCATED AWAY FROM THE STUDIOS, ANO AS IT IS OF A 
COMPOSITE NATURE, WILL BE REPLACED AS SOON AS EQUIPMENT IS AVAILABLE. 

Most of the studio equipment was constructed by Chief Engineer John 

StIEHL and IS VERY SATISFACTORY, A GREAT DEAL OF RECORDING IS DONE AT 
WHA AND FOR THIS PURPOSE, A SPECIAL RECORDING ROOM HAS BEEN CONSTRUCTED, 

Plans for a Wisconsin State FM network include the installation of seven 
10 KW transmitters but as yet no construction permit application has 

BEEN SUBMITTED, ANOTHER 5 KW STATE STATION (WLBL) fS LOCATED AT STEPHENS 

Point, about 120 miles north of Madison, and carries an average of four 

PROGRAMS DAILY FROM WHA AS FED BY TELEPHONE LINE, ThE STAFF OF WHA 
INCLUDES TWENTY-FOUR FULL TIME EMPLOYEES AND SOME EIGHT PART TIME STUDENT/ 

WORKERS, That is a staff anmone of us would like to have! Much of the 
STAFF TIME IS SPENT ON THE WISCONSIN S C HOOL OF THE A|R ANO THE RESULTS 
ARE INDEED GRATIFYING, MAC CAN SUPPLY ANY NUMBER OF FIGURES TO PROVE 
THIS FEATURE IS ONE OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL, If YOU WRITE TO HIM, ASK 
HIM FOR A COPY OF HIS ANNUAL REPORT - FEBRUARY 5, 1945, It CONTAINS A 
LOT OF INTERESTING MATERIAL TOO LENGTHY TO INCLUDE IN THIS BRIEF REPORT. 

MAC HAS ALSO TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF SOME GOOD NEWSPAPER PUBLICITY ANO GAVE 
ME CLIPPINGS FROM THE M i LWAUKSE, JOURNAL AND OTHER EVIDENCE THAT HE 
BELIEVES IN ADVERTISING A FINE BROADCAST PROGRAM, HfS IS ONE EDUCATIONAL 
STATION THAT BROADCASTS POLITICAL TALKS BY CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC OFFICE AND 
MANY OF US COULD LEARN MUCH FROM HIS ASTUTE WAY OF HANDLING THIS FEATURE, 

No MATTER HOW HE DOES IT, I GET THE FEELING THAT THE PEOPLE OF WISCONSIN 
NOT ONLY LISTEN TO WHA, BUT THINK OF IT AS ONE OF THEIR FIRST LISTENING 

choices. That is an accomplishment when we consider all the commercial 

COMPETITION IN LOWER WISCONSIN. 

Here is a brief commercial — WHA is holding an FM Educational Radio 
Institute July 29 - a ugust II. The fee is very reasonable and after 

LOOKING OVER THE PRELIMINARY OUTLINE, IT LOOKS LIKE ONE OF THE BEST I 8 VE 
EVER SEEN, 

CHICAGO RA0I0 COUNCIL ORIGINATES TELECAST 

Over WBKB, Chicago Television station, the Radio Council will present 

A PROGRAM IN COOPERATION WITH THE Art DEPARTMENT, AS PART OF THE WESTERN 

Arts Association meeting, Friday, May II, 8:00-8:30 p.m. 








NAE8 NEWS LETTER 


Page 4 


.May I, 1945 


Captain William C„ Eody, U.S.N. (Ret.) Director, WBKB, and George Jennings 
Acting Director, Radio Council - WBEZ, Chicago Public Schools, will speak 
on television at the Western Arts luncheon,, Saturoay, May 12. 


WNYC TO RECEIVE SPECIAL CITATION FOR "PATRIOTIC SERVICE H 

For the first time in its 150-year history, the Sons of the a merican 
Revolution are presenting a special citation "For Patriotic Services 
rendered New York City Home Front" to WNYC today (Thurs. April 12). 

Never before has S.A.R. ever made a presentation such as this to a 

RADIO STATION, OR INDEED TO ANY OTHER ORGAN I 2 AT I ON—THE WNYC CITATION 
8EING A "FIRST" IN ALL RESPECTS. 

THIS AND THAT 

Robert St. John, NBC London correspondent visiting his sister, Mrs, 

Dorothy S„ Cooke, in Ames, conferred with WOI officials on postwar 
educational broadcasting plans and was interviewed on his war experiences 
in Greece by W01 News Eoitor Sob Mulhall....Carl Menzer has been maoe 
honorary Chief of Police of Iowa City, Iowa. Gad, what that town is 
coming to....WBKY is surveying its audience on its regular Monday and 
Wednesday evening FM broadcasts....Elmer, how about some info on WBKY— 
equipment, results, staff, etc?....All of the naeb stations participated 

IN THE FITTING TRIBUTE TO OUR LATE PRESIDENT, FRANKLIN DeLANO ROOSEVELT. 

Space does not permit recounting all the fine shows originated during 

THIS PERIOD OF MOURNING....HlGGY OF 0 H IO STATE, HAS PASSED ALONG PROF. 

Smith's Clear u hannel Allocation Proposal. If your engineer is interested 

DROP ME A LINE AND 1 0 LL FORWARD A COPY. PROF. SmITH IS ASSOC. PROF. OF 

E. E. at Cornell....It will be KUOM, University of Minnesota, starting 
June 1. I'll lay some oough that the announcers will be WLBing all over 

THE PLACE FOR A FEW DAYS....JfM MILES OF WBAA js GOING TO USE LIGHTER 
MUSIC ON HIS DINNER HOUR PROGRAM .... Nat Erwjn, THAT RECONVERTED OKLAHOMA 
COWBOY, WAS BACK TO VISIT HIS OLD HAUNTS IN CHAMPA IGN-UrBANA. He REPORTS 
MUCH ACTIVITY AT WNAD. 

FCC ACTIONS 


KALW 8oard of Education of San Francisco Unified School Oistrict had it's 

FM LICENSE EXTENDED ON A TEMPORARY BASIS ONLY, PENDING DETERMINATION ON 
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL, FOR THE PERIOD ENDING JULY i, I 945, SUBJECT TO 
CHANGES IN FREQUENCY ASSIGNMENT WHICH MAY RESULT FROM PROCEEDINGS IN 

Docket 6651. 

The Board of Education of Newark in the Bounty of Essex Newark, has 

APPLIED FOR A CONSTRUCTION PERMIT FOR A NEW EouCATIONAL STATION TO BE 
OPERATED ON 42,500 KC, 1 KW e 

WLB HAS BEEN GRANTED PERMISSION TO CHANGE CltLL LETTERS TO KU0M o 

Sacramento c ity Unified School °ist. of Sacremento Calif., has had its 

APPLICATION FOR NEW EDUCATIONAL FM STATION PLACED IN PENDING FILES. 

State Teachers College at West Chester, Pa., has applied for construction 
permit for Ed 







NAEB NEWS LETTER 


Page 6 


May I, 1945 


PERMIT FOR A NEW EDUCATIONAL STATION ON 42, I MC WITH I KW„ 

Ohio State University has applied for construction permit for Relay 
Broadcast Station on 1622, 2058, 2150, 2790 KC, 125 Watts. 

Renewal of licenses for the following non-commercial educational broad¬ 
cast stations were granted for the period ending May I, <946, subject 

TO CHANGES IN FREQUENCY ASSIGNMENT WHICH MAY RESULT FROM PROCEEDINGS IN 

Docket No, 6651: WBEZ, Chicago; WNYE, Brooklyn, N 0 Y„; W80E, Cleveland, 
WIUC t Urbana, III. 


—Ebel 




N A £ B NEWS 


LETTER 


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL BROADCASTERS 
A. James Ebel, Editor, Station WILL, Urbana, III* 

Supplement 

May I, 1945 


NAEB MEETING IN CHICAGO 

The Executive Committee or the naeb together with those members who 

WERE INTERESTED IN THE SPECIAL PROBLEMS AT HAND AND WHO COULD FIND TIME 
FOR THE TRIP, MET IN CLOSEO SESSION IN THE iLLlNl CENTER OF THE LASALLE 

Hotel, on Thursday, May 3. In attendance were Menzer, Ziebarth, Griffith, 
McCarty, Miles, Schooley, and Ebel. Following is a brief report of 

THIS MEETINGo 

FINANCES 

Secretary-Treasurer, Prof. W. I. Griffith reported that the finances of 

THE ORGANIZATION WERE IN RELATIVELY GOOD SHAPE. Hg INDICATED THAT THE 
CONDITION WOULD BE GOOD WHEN OUTSTANDING DUES AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 
HAVE BEEN COLLECTED. He WAS AUTHORIZED TO PAY THE ATTORNEY FEE FOR THE 
FM ALLOCATION HEARING. 


oygs 


After discussing the problem of increased dues and more equitable 

ASSESSMENT OF DUES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SIZE OF THE STATION, THE 
SCHEDULE SHOWN BELOW WAS ADOPTEO AS THE BEST COMPROMISE BETWEEN ALL THE 
FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED. 


Pnnn (AM stations). 

0-500 WATT 8 
500-1000 WATTS 
loot-MAX I MUM 


Power LFM._statj.qmsI 

0-5000 WATTS 
5001-10,000 watts 
I 0,00 t —MAX I MUM 


annual.. 

ito.oo 

$15.00 

$ 20.00 


Associate membership 

International Short Wave stations will use 
FM POWER SCHEDULE 


A MOTION TO SUBMIT THESE PROPOSED DUES TO THE MEMBERSHIP OF NAEB WAS 

passeo by a unanimous vote. Therefore, consider this the 30 day notice. 


NAEB PARTICIPATION IN BMB 

A DISCUSSION OF THE AIMS AND PURPOSES OF THE BMB BROUGHT FORTH THE 
UNANIMOUS RECOMMENDATION THAT NEGOTI AT IONS FOR THE PART ICI PAT I ON IN 
BE LEFT TO THE INDIVIDUAL STATION. No NAEB ACTION WILL BE TAKEN IN 
THIS MATTER. 


FM ALLOCATION RECOMMENDATIONS 


A CONSIDERABLE PORTION OF THE DAY 
POSED FM FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS. 


WAS SPENT IN A DISCUSSION OF THE PRO- 
INFORMATION WAS COLLECTED FROM ALL 












NAEB NEWS LETTER 


Rage 2 


May I, 1946 

RELIABLE SOURCES AVAILABLE AND STUDIED CAREFULLY. 0 N THE 6ASI8 OF THIS 
STUDY A TELEGRAM WAS SENT TO CHAIRMAN PAUL PORTER OF THE FCC» The CONTENT 
OF THIS TELEGRAM HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED FOR PUBLICATION BECAUSE THE NAEB 
IS INTERESTED ONLY IN ASSISTING THE FCC IN ITS DELIBERATIONS ANO NOT IN 
BECOMING A PARTY TO ANY OF THE PUBLIC DISCUSSIONS OF THE ISSUES INVOLVED, 

THE CLEAR CHANNEL HEARING 

Extreme interest in the opportunities for educational stations in the 

FORTHCOMING CLEAR CHANNEL HEARINGS WAS IN EVIDENCE IN THE MEETING, 

Reports from the stations represented gave background material for the 

DISCUSSION OF THE PROBLEM• BECAUSE THE FCC HAS GIVEN INDICATIONS THAT 
THERE ARE SUB-MARGINAL AREAS WHICH DON 8 T RECEIVE SATISFACTORY RADIO 
SCRVICC, AND BECAUSE NON-COMMERClAL STATIONS ARE IN A POSITION TO GIVE 
SERVICE TO SUBMARGINAL AREAS IT WAS OECIOED THAT THE NAEB SHOULD STUDY 
THIS PROBLEM CAREFULLY AND DO WHAT IT COULD TO PROMOTE THE INTERESTS 
OF ITS MEMBERSHIP, PrESIOENT ScHOOLEY APPOINTED A SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO 
8TUOY THIS PROBLEM ANO TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR APPROPRIATE ACTION* 

The committee: McCarty, Chairman, Menzer, and £bel. A questionnaire 

WILL BE SENT to THE MEMBERS OF NAEB IN THE NEAR FUTURE TO GET ACCURATE 
DATA ON THEIR PRESENT OPERATIONS ANO FUTURE PLANS TO PROVIDE A BASIS 
FOR ANY UNIFIED ACTION WHICH MIGHT BE CONTEMPLATED* 

MISCELLANEOUS 

THE GROUP IN ATTENDANCE RECOMMENDEO THAT THE NAE8 PUT ON A DRIVE TO 
OBTAIN THE MEMBERSHIP OF ALL THE NEW FM STATION WHICH WILL BE ERECTED 
BY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AFTER THE WAR# YOU CAN HELP IN THIS EFFORT 
BY PERSONALLY CONTACTING ANY APPLICANT KNCWN TO YOU. 

President Tyler of the A£R appointbd Schooley -Chairman, Men2Er, and 
McCarty as a w Lva*son committee for the development of cooperation between 
the A£R and NA£8. w The membership at this meeting of NAE8 recommended 
that President Schooley appoint a committee for naEB to work on this 

UNDERTAKING. PRESIDENT ScHOOLEY APPOINTED THE SAME COMMITTEE LISTED 
ABOVE TO REPRESENT NAE8. It SEEMS THAT ,5 LlAlSON H IS ALREADY TAKING PLACE. 

A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE RMA WAS ASKED TO RECOMMEND TO THAT ORGANIZATION 

of Radio Receiver Manufacturers that all FM receivers manufactured 

SHOULD TAKE IN THE ENTIRE BAND INCLUDING THE EDUCATIONAL PORTION WITH 
AN OVERSHOOT ON EITHER END TO PROVIDE FOR IMPROPER ALLIGNMENT OF THE 
RECEIVER AND THE RESULTING SHIFT IN DIAL READINGS. 

Prexy Schooley 9 s ribs are still sore. «t seems that he loused up the 

CALL FOR THE MEETING SO THAT THE MEMBERSHIP COULD HAVE ASSEMBLED ON 
ANY DAY BUT WaSHINGTON*S BIRTHDAY ANO STILL BEEN WITHIN THE ACCURACY 
OF THE CALL» JENSEN OF WCAL WAS THE ONLY MEMBER TO OUR KNOWLEDGE WHO 
GOT CAUGHT IN THIS TANGLE OF MIXED DATES AND HAD TO COMMUNE WITH HIMSELF 
on Friday. In behalf of the membership of NAEB, Mr. Jensen, I apologize 
FOR OUR PRESIDENT, 


—Ebel 






Please return to Executive Secretary, NAE8 


NAEB CLEAR CHANNEL COMMITTEE QUESTIONNAIRE 

As INDICATED IN THE NAEB Ne**'S LETTER SUPPLEMENT FOR MAY» A 
COMMITTEE HAS BEEN APPOINTED TO STUDY THE CLEAR CHANNEL 
ALLOCATION PROBLEM FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE EDUCATIONAL 
BROADCASTERo In ORDER TO DO A THOROUGH JOB IN THIS MATTER 
WE MUST HAVE YOUR COOPERATION. W|LL YOU PLEASE FILL OUT 
THE QUESTIONS BELOV' AND RETURN THE BLANK 8 MM ED I ATELY ? 

Io Are you SATISFIED WITH YOUR PRESENT AM ASSIGNMENT?_ 

2, If NOT WHAT ARE YOUR LIMITATIONS? (A) C0VERAGE__ 


(B) Operating Time__ 

3o 'AOULD YOU CONSIDER ANY OF THE FOLLOWING TO IMPROVE YOUR AM 
ASS IGNMENT? 

(a) Directional antenna system____ 

(a) Increase of Power ___How much? __ 

(c) Change of frequency___ ; _ 

4o Do’ YOU HAVE ANY PLANS OR ANY SUGGESTIONS FOR THE IMPROVE¬ 
MENT OF YOUR FACILITIES?______ 


5. What do you think the NAEB Clear Channel Committee can do 

TO HELP YOU? __,_______ 


NOTE: Use space on back of this sheet to alaborate on Nos. 2 and 5 

H, 8, McCarty, Chairman 
Carl H e Menter 
A„ James Ebel 



















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